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March Game 1 - Quapaw Baths

I'm not sure I'm truly finished with this one, but here it is. As this is going to be part of a larger album, I didn't mention that it's in Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. 2 photos, 3 papers, stitching, journaling block and journaling, 6 fasteners, 3 embellishments, two-word title, date, shadows, styles added.



The Quapaw Bathhouse is a Spanish Colonial Revival style building built in 1922

of masonry and reinforced concrete finished with stucco. The most impressive

exterior feature is the large central dome covered with brilliantly colored mosaic

tiles and capped with a small copper cupola. Directly above the entrance is a

cartouche with a carved Indian head set into the decorative double-curved parapet.

The Indian motif, found throughout the building, was used to reinforce

a legend,which claimed that the Indians had discovered

the magical healing powers of the spring and cave

now housed in the building’s basement. From www.QuapawBaths.com.

It ‘s still in use as a spa, with four soaking pools of thermal mineral water.



ABR_HisNHers_12x12_Special_BlueDot - turquoise adjustment layer on top - coordinates with His and Hers Collection


BMU_VintageEasterSpecial - ribbon made from paper, colored turquoise - coordinates with Vintage Easter Collection

Vellum journaling block from stash

Brown stitched ribbon from stash - stitches colored blue

Diamond brad from stash - amber gradient adjustment layer

Carved Indian - extracted from photograph

Unicorn/Pegasus tile - extracted from photograph

Feather brushes from Obsidian Dawn (large)

Fonts: title - Felix Titling; journaling - Book Antiqua and Jokerman

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This is lovely! Your photos are so pretty and I like how you tacked them to your beautiful background. I also really enjoyed your journaling and learned some, too! :)

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Beautifully done. The stitched borders, feather and diamond embellishments are perfect for this LO. I am very impressed with your background with the stone Indian head - well done.

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Wow, this is so interesting to read about, thanks for sharing this! enjoyed reading and seeing the pictures, really neat!

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Looks wonderful! I especially like the color scheme, the edging, and the fascinating journaling. I think you are going to wind up with a gorgeous album!

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